Sports

Ronaldo Beats Silver In Sprint, India Finishes Fifth In Asian Tally Achievement -by Ecork

Famous Indian rider Ronaldo Singh unveiled the best performance of his career as he won a silver medal at the senior division stumble event on the final day of the Asian Games on Thursday. This was his third medal of the Championships. He has previously won bronze medals in the 1km time test and team stumble events. On Wednesday, he fought a tough fight against experienced Japanese rider Kento Yamasaki but ended up with a silver.

Yamasaki defeated Ronaldo in back-to-back competitions to finish at the top of the podium. Kazakhstan’s Andrey Chugay won bronze at the event.

In the morning, Ronaldo defeated Andrey Chugay of Kazakhstan in the final. The Indians lost their first race but bounced back to defeat the next two storms into the final.

“Gold is in my heart but I am also happy with the first-place silver. This is the best performance of my career.

On Tuesday, world junior champion and world record holder Ronaldo created a national record during the 200m time test by breaking the 10-minute hurdles on the way to the final of the Elite Sprint men’s event.

The team won a silver and two bronze medals on the final day.

Indian junior Birjit Yumnam won a bronze medal in the 15km Points Race with 23 points. Korea’s Sungyeon Lee won silver with 24 points while Uzbekistan’s Farrukh Bobosherov won the gold.

The biggest surprise of the day was 19-year-old Chayanika Gogoi, who opened the Indian tally with a bronze medal on Kazakhstan medal favorite Rinata Sultanova in the 10km Women Scratch Race finals. Youri Kim won gold while Japan’s Kie Furuyama won silver.

The Asian Junior and Para champions also held at the same time at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium veledrome.

There were a few losses in the last day that saw 10 wins.

Japan won the medal total with 18 gold, seven silver and two bronze medals.

Promotion

In the world class space, the Indian cycling team finished fifth with 23 points (Gold 2, Silver 6, 15 Bronze).

Korea finished second with 12 gold, 14 silver and three bronze medals while Kazakhstan took third place with four gold, four silver and three bronze.

The topics mentioned in this article

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button